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H. Moser & Cie Streamliner Perpetual Calendar Concept Smoked Salmon

Introducing H. Moser & Cie.'s latest creation: the Streamliner Perpetual Calendar Concept Smoked Salmon. This exceptional timepiece features four central hands, a large date display, and a power reserve indicator, all showcased on the striking Smoked Salmon dial.

The H. Moser & Cie Streamliner Perpetual Calendar Concept Smoked Salmon is a sleek and minimalist model, free from conventional sub-dials, indexes, or logos, focusing solely on the essentials.

The fusion of vintage Smoked Salmon color with modernist minimalism creates a captivating contrast and perfect balance. This special edition watch is available for just 12 months and is a testament to Moser's ingenuity.

Crafted with precision, the Streamliner Perpetual Calendar Concept Smoked Salmon houses the HMC 812 hand-wound movement, a masterpiece of simplicity. The months are elegantly indicated by a small central hand in red and white, while the absence of indexes or logos allows the dial's beauty to shine through.

The vibrant Smoked Salmon dial shifts in hue with light play, adding a vintage touch to the contemporary design. The hands, made from Globolight® inserts, ensure readability in any lighting conditions.

With a power reserve of 168 hours, displayed at 10 o'clock, and a unique date display mechanism at 4 o'clock, this timepiece is practical and innovative. The leap year indicator is discreetly placed on the movement side, visible through the sapphire case-back, which showcases the HMC 812 calibre's modern finish.

The Streamliner Perpetual Calendar's steel cushion case, water-resistant to 12 ATM, evokes the sleek curves of high-speed trains from the Twenties and Thirties. Its integrated steel bracelet, with fluid lines and organic forms, complements the watch's sculptural design. This remarkable timepiece represents H. Moser & Cie.'s distinctive approach to Haute Horlogerie, blending tradition with innovation in every detail.

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